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Atto Sampetoding Wonderful Indonesia on Many Lands


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  1. 1. Many lands. Timeless culture. One journey. A Muslim Travel Guide by: Wonderful Indonesia
  2. 2. INDONESIA Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world and has the world’s largest Muslim population. Comprising of 17,000 islands that span from the Pacific Ocean to the Indian Ocean, Indonesia is a tropical archipelago. Located between Asia and Australia, its population and culture are incredibly diverse, with over two hundred tribes and languages. Indonesia`s capital city is Jakarta. © 2015 This guide has been produced by HalalTrip for Tourism Indonesia. HalalTrip and Tourism Indonesia have taken all reasonable care in preparing this guide, but give no guarantee of the accuracy and completeness of its content and disclaim all liability arising from its use.
  4. 4. 4 JAKARTA
  5. 5. 5 NATIONAL MONUMENT This nation’s capital’s most famous landmark serves as a museum displaying the memorabilia of the long history of how Indonesia gained its independence. Surrounded by public parks, the highlight of this monument is the observatory deck, where Jakarta’s skyline can be enjoyed at its best. Jl. Silang Monas, Central Jakarta Praying Facility: Istiqlal Mosque, Jl. Katedral, Central Jakarta NATIONAL MUSEUM Boasting more than 140,000 art items that prove the richness of Indonesian cultural heritage, the collection spans from the pre- history, archeological to etnographical and geographical treasures. The ceramics from many countries of many eras are one of the highlights that deserve a rave from history buffs. Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat no.12, Central Jakarta Praying Facility: • Praying room available in the basement, near the parking area. • Baitul Ihsan Mosque at the Bank of Indonesia, (Jl MH Thamrin/Budi Kemuliaan, Gambir , Central Jakarta) Museums To Visit T H I N G S TO D O
  6. 6. 6 HISTORY OF JAKARTA MUSEUM (FATAHILLAH MUSEUM) This beautiful building is where to go to learn the long history of Jakarta. Located in the old city, the museum is also accessible for a night tour and on occasions, there are film screenings, art workshops and performances in the premises. Jl. Taman Fatahillah 1, West Jakarta TEXTILE MUSEUM Displaying Indonesia’s rich culture in the form of traditional, intricately made cloths, on certain days, visitors can also learn to draw batik patterns using wax and canting, as well as learn the coloring and the drying process. Jl. KS Tubun No.4, West Jakarta Museums To Visit T H I N G S TO D O
  7. 7. 7 TAMAN MINI INDONESIA INDAH (TMII) As a one stop place to experience Indonesia, visitors can learn of the many ethnic groups that make up the country, along with their traditional houses, traditional costumes, and ways of life. The highlights include the bird park and the many museums, such as nautical, stamp, transportation, and freshwater fish museums. ( Jl. Pinang Ranti, East Jakarta Praying Facility: • Near the park’s entrance, there is At-Tin Mosque JAYA ANCOL DREAMLAND Being a compound of theme parks in Jakarta’s coastal area, it caters to a wide range of ages and is famous as a family getaway.. It consists of Dunia Fantasi, Atlantis Water Adventure, SeaWorld, Gelanggang Samudera, and an art market for the art aficionados. ( Jl. Lodan Timur No.7, North Jakarta Praying Facility: Praying room is available in Dunia Fantasi near the doll castle (Istana Boneka) • Baiturrahman Mosque, Jl. Lodan Timur Theme Parks T H I N G S TO D O
  8. 8. 8 Thousand Islands’ Getaways PUTRI ISLAND The resort island offers a weekend package leaving from the Ancol marina every Saturday at 08:00 and arriving back on Sunday at 16:00. The package includes a return transfer to the resort - it takes about 90 minutes on a speedboat - and a fullboard accommodation at one of the modern cottages. The resort has a dive center to arrange a diving/ snorkeling trip around the region. TIGER ISLAND Surrounded by white sand beaches, this eco resort is famous among the expatriates living in Jakarta as a tropical T H I N G S TO D O island getaway. Easily accessible from the Ancol Marina, there is a weekend package that includes a return transfer to the resort, a fullboard accommodation, and watersport facilities. Scuba diving can also be arranged by the resort with a prior notice. GENTENG KECIL ISLAND For a private family gathering or just a weekend getaway, this resort island offers an accommodation on a private white sand beach, which is particularly unique to this island among the thousands in Indonesia. PULAU AYER This island resort boasts its cottages combining modern and Papuan designs. For a more tropical experience, choose the floating cottages, where guests can jump into the water from the comfort of their rooms. KOTOK ISLAND Offering a getaway, guests flock in every weekend for snorkeling and scuba diving. It has a resort, but since the facilities are very basic, it is recommended to visit this island for a day trip with a booked lunch from the resort.
  9. 9. 9 PLAZA SENAYAN Jl. Asia Afrika No.8 South Jakarta T (62-21) 72781000 Praying Facility: Praying room is available in the parking area on the first floor with separate rooms for male and female. PACIFIC PLACE MALL Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 52-53, South Jakarta T (62-21) 5150333 Praying Facility: • On the second floor, near Yamaha Music Showroom GRAND INDONESIA Jl. MH Thamrin No.1 Central Jakarta T (62-21) 23587000 Praying Facility: • East Mall on the third floor, near Gramedia Bookstore • West Mall on the fifth floor, near escalator to Magnum Cafe PLAZA INDONESIA Jl. MH Thamrin Kav 28-30, Central Jakarta T (62-21)3107272 Praying Facility: Praying room is available on the third floor Retail Therapy T H I N G S TO D O PONDOK INDAH MALL Jl. Metro Pondok Indah III-B, South Jakarta T (62-21) 7506750 Praying Facility: • Pondok Indah Mall 1 on the first floor, near Rudy Salon • Pondok Indah Mall 1 on the first floor, next to Hanamasa Restaurant • Pondok Indah Mall 2 on the first, second, and third floors • Pondok Indah Mosque, Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda No1, South Jakarta
  10. 10. 10 Culinary Specialities D I N I N G NASI UDUK This popular Indonesian dish literally translates to “mixed rice” and is prepared using steamed rice that is cooked in coconut milk instead of water. Though the dish is originally from Jakarta, it can now be found widely across the country. MIE KANGKUNG Mie Kangkung is a noodle soup dish that is served with kangkung as well as mushrooms, egg and special Indonesian meatballs – also known as bakso. The highlight of the dish is the kangkung, a popular leafy green that is commonly used in Asian cuisine. Jakarta’s cuisine is known for being diverse and eclectic, drawing culinary influences from various regions across the world. The city’s street food culture plays a prominent role in Jakarta’s cuisine. Mobile carts and street food centres can be found across Jakarta, selling a wide variety of local dishes. Culinary specialities in Jakarta include:
  11. 11. 11 Culinary Specialities D I N I N G KETOPRAK The main ingredients in Ketoprak include vegetables, sliced fried tofu, steamed rice cake and rice vermicelli slathered with a rich layer of peanut sauce. This vegetarian dish is a typical street-food that has now gained popularity throughout Java. LONTONG SAYUR Popular amongst Indonesia’s Betawi people, this dish comprises pressed rice cake served with tofu, hard-boiled egg, vegetables and a thick coconut milk soup. Lontong Sayur is considered to be a favourite on breakfast menus along with other dishes such as Bubur Aam. ROTI BUAYA Directly translating to “crocodile bread”, Roti Buaya is a popular sweet bread in Jakarta that is named after its crocodile shape. The origins of Roti Buaya can be traced back to the Portuguese and Dutch who first settled in Jakarta, introducing bread and pastry-making. KERAK TELOR Kerak telor is a Betawi BIR PLETOK Bir Pletok beverages are made from a mixture of several spices, namely ginger, leaves fragrant pandan and lemongrass. This traditional drink is known among ethnic Betawi. To make the color more attractive, the Betawi people usually use an extra wood cup which gives a red color when brewed with hot water. Although it contains the word beer, beer pletok does not contain alcohol. This nutritious ASINAN BETAWI Asinan Betawi is made from preserved Chinese cabbage, cabbage, bean sprouts, tofu, and lettuce served in a thin, hot, peanut sauce with vinegar, topped with peanuts and krupuk (especially krupuk mie). drink facilitates blood circulation. Betawi people eat a lot at night as warmers. traditional spicy omelette dish in Indonesian cuisine. It is made from glutinous ricecooked with egg and served with serundeng (fried shredded coconut), fried shallots and dried shrimp as topping. It is considered as a snack and not as a main dish. The vendors of kerak telor are easily the most ubiquitous during the annual Jakarta Fair and it has also become a must-have menu item for visitors at the event.
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  13. 13. 13 MAROUSH (PORK-FREE) Menu: Morrocan & lebanish Address: Jl. Jendral Gatot Subroto Kav 2-3, Crown Plaza Hotel T (62-21) 52892431 KEMBANG GOELA (PORK-FREE) Menu: Dutch-influenced Indonesian Address: Plaza Sentral, Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 47-48, Central Jakarta T (62-21) 5205651,5205625 SAMARRA (PORK-FREE) Menu: Indonesian, Middle Eastern Address: Jl. Kebon Sirih, Menteng, Central Jakarta T (62-21) 3920384 SERIBU RASA (HALAL-FRIENDLY) Menu: Indonesian, mostly seafood Address: Jl. Haji Agus Salim No. 128, Central Jakarta Best Dining Experience T (62-21)3928892 ABUNAWAS (HALAL) Menu: Arabian, Medditeranian Address: Jl. Kemang Utara No.15, South Jakarta & Jl. Matraman raya No.15, East Jakarta T (62-21) 71794691 BLUE JASMINE (HALAL) Menu: Indonesian Address: The Maja #G-01 - Jl. Kyai Maja No.39, South Jakarta T (62-21) 29053990 TURKUAZ (PORK-FREE) Menu: Turkish Address: Jl. Gunawarman No. 32, South Jakarta T(62-21) 72795846 LETTER D (PORK-FREE) Menu: Fusion Indonesian, Western, vegetarian-friendly Address: J;. KH. Ahmad Dahlan No.16, South Jakarta T (621-21)72785111 AL NAFOURA (PORK-FREE) Menu: Lebanese Address: Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav 18-20, Hotel Le Meredien Jakarta T (62-21) 2513131 BUNGA RAMPAI (PORK-FREE) Menu: Indonesian Alamat: Jl. Teuku Cik Ditiro No 35, Central Jakarta T (62-21) 31926224 SENTRA AL JAZEERAH (HALAL) Menu: Arabian Address: Jl. Pramuka Raya No C23 T (62 21) 4265437 BUMBU DESA KEBAYORAN BARU (HALAL) Menu: Indonesian Jalan Suryo No. 38, Kebayoran Baru +62 21 7201244 D I N I N G Halal : Halal certified Halal-Friendly : Pork & lard-free, alcohol-free Pork Free : Pork & lard-free, serving alcoholi
  14. 14. 14 Where To Pray P R AY I N G FAC I L I T I E S ISTIQLAL MOSQUE Istiqlal Mosque is the national mosque of Indonesia as well as the largest mosque in South-East Asia. A visit to Istiqlal Mosque is a must when travelling in Indonesia and it can be easily found across the street from the Jakarta Cathedral – next to Merdeka Square. Address: Jl. Taman Wijaya Kusuma, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10710, Indonesia. CUT MUTIAH MOSQUE Named after an Indonesian national heroine – Cut Nyak Meutia – who fought against Dutch colonialism for 25 years, Cut Mutiah Mosque was established as a mosque in 1987. The mosque building was formerly a Dutch property and bears unique Dutch Rationalist architectural style. Address: Jalan Taman Cut Meutia No.1, Menteng, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10350, Indonesia. MASJID AGUNG AL-AZHAR Al Azhar Mosque is one of Indonesia’s historic mosques located in the Kebayoran Baru subdistrict of South Jakarta, Jakarta. Established in 1958, its history dates back to its inception and it is presently one of the city’s most prominent mosques. Address: Jl. Sisingamangaraja, Kebayoran Baru, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12110, Indonesia. Tel: +62 21 72783683
  15. 15. 15 SOFYAN HOTEL BETAWI Jl. Cut Mutia No.9, Menteng T (62 21) 3905011 SOFYAN INN TEBET Jl. Prof DR. Soepomo No.23, Tebet T (62 21) 8295699 HOTEL GREN ALIA PRAPATAN Jl. Prapatan Raya No. 28, Senen T (62 21) 34834444 HOTEL GREN ALIA CIKINI Jl. Cikini Raya No.46, Menteng T (62 21) 2303000 HOTEL ALIA CIKINI Jl. Cikini Raya No.32 T (62 21) 3924444 HOTEL ALIA MATRAMAN Jl. Matraman Raya No. 224, Jatinegara T (62 21) 85905555 Where To Stay AC C O M M O DAT I O N HOTEL KALISMA Jl. Aipda KS Tubun No.15-17 T (62 21) 53679911 HOTEL ALMA Jl. Aipda KS Tubun No. 10A T (62 21) 5632222   THE RITZ CARLTON MEGA KUNINGAN Jl. DR. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav.E.1.1 no.1 T (62 21) 25518888 HOTEL MULIA Jl. Asia Afrika Senayan, Jakarta Selatan T (62 21) 5747777 HOTEL SYARIAH JAKARTA Jl. Blora No.37, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat HOTEL BOROBUDUR Jl. Lapangan Banteng Selatan T (62 21) 380 5555 HOTEL SRIWIJAYA Jl. Veteran No.1, Gambir T (62 21)3440409 CIPUTRA HOTEL Jl. Letjend S Parman T (62 21) 5660640 THE SULTAN HOTEL Jl. Gatot Subroto, Jakarta T (62 21) 5703600 PULLMAN THAMRIN HOTEL Jl. MH Thamrin No.59 T (62 21) 31921111 THE 1O1 JAKARTA SEDAYU DARMAWANGSA  Darmawangsa Square Jl.Darmawangsa IX No. 14 Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan 12160 - Indonesia T (62 21) 290 19 101 THE BNB JAKARTA KELAPA GADING Boulevard Bukit Gading Raya, Kelapa Gading Barat Jakarta 14240 T (62 21) 458 488 67 WINNER OF WORLD HALAL TRAVEL AWARDS 2015 (BEST FAMILY FRIENDLY HOTEL)
  16. 16. 16 BOGOR & PUNCAK
  17. 17. 17 THE JUNGLE WATER ADVENTURE Although mainly targeting children, teenagers and young adults can also take part in the fun by sliding on its adrenaline-rushed water slides. Young children can also swim safely in a kiddy pool, and prior to or after getting wet, the entire family can take a walk in a bird park, around a giant aquarium, or even play futsal in the available field. Bogor Nirwana Residence, Jl. Bogor Nirwana Boulevard Praying Facility: Praying room is available in the premises TAMAN SAFARI INDONESIA & NIGHT SAFARI A new take on a zoo, a safari experience, both during day and night, is not only fun, but also educational for children and adults to be more aware of the wildlife and the environment. The night safari is highly recommended, as visitors will see nocturnals that hide during the day. Jl. Raya Puncak 601, Cisarua, Bogor Praying Facility: There is a mosque near the Flume ride Family Adventure T H I N G S TO D O
  18. 18. 18 GUNUNG MAS TEA WALK The Puncak iconic view consists of rows and rows of tea plantations. Gunung Mas has opened one of the plantations for tourists to explore and learn about Indonesian tea culture. At the end of a walk among the tea plantation, visitors will be shown how tea leaves are picked, selected, and processed to be high quality drinks in the factory. Praying Facilty: Praying room is available near the factory Family Adventure T H I N G S TO D O JUNGLE LAND Located in Sentul, the massive jungle-inspired theme park of 35 hectare consists of five zones; Carnivalia, Tropicalia, Mysteria, Eksplora, dan Science Center. Suitable for all ages, there are exciting rides, such as Disovery, Mega Drop, Disk’o, and fire pot. On occasions, visitors will be entertained by mime shows and live music performances. Jungleland Boulevard No.1 Kawasan Sentul Nirwana, Sentul City Praying Facility: Praying room is available across the front gate, near the ticket booth
  19. 19. 19 DE’LEUIT (HALAL) Menu: Masakan Indonesia (Sunda) Address: Jl. Pakuan No.3, Bogor T: (62-251) 8390011 YA HALA RESTAURANT (HALAL) Menu: Arabian Address: Jl. Raya Puncak KM.83, Bogor Selatan T: (62-251) 8250999 Best Dining Experience D I N I N G BALE BENGONG (HALAL) Menu: Masakan Indonesia (Sunda) Address: Jl. Danau Bogor Raya, Hotel Novotel Bogor T: (62-251) 8271555 CIMORY RIVERSIDE (HALAL) Menu: Masakan Indonesia, Western Address: Jl. Raya Puncak Km.76 Bogor T: (62-251)8252678 Halal : Halal certified Halal-Friendly : Pork & lard-free, alcohol-free Pork Free : Pork & lard-free, serving alcoholi
  20. 20. 20 Culinary Specialities D I N I N G ASINAN BOGOR Served by both restaurants and street vendors, Asinan Bogor is a fruit pickle dish that is unique to Bogor. The dish is prepared using the fruit asinan of Bogor city as well as other preserved tropical fruits in a sweet and sour chilli sauce, sprinkled with peanuts. DOCLANG Doclang Bogor is a traditional rice cake dish that has become a highly popular breakfast. This dish is a mix of Indonesian rice cakes – known as lontong – together with steamed potatoes, fried tofu and boiled egg. The dish is usually topped by peanut sauce and various spices that give it its distinct flavour. BEBEK DUBES This duck dish serves grilled or fried duck with steamed rice and various vegetables such as cucumbers and tomatoes for garnishing. The dish can also be prepared with honey – which is optional, based on preference. KUE APE Kue Ape or Serabi Jakarta is a popular traditional pancake with a soft and fluffy centre surrounded with thin and crispy crepes, commonly found as a popular street food in Indonesia. It is also popularly known as Kue Cucur Tipis, which is different from the common thicker Kue Cucur. Kue Ape is very similar to Serabi Solo. TOGE GORENG Toge Goreng is a popular bean sprout dish that comprises a delicious mix of egg noodles, rice cake pieces, slices of fried tofu, red chilli and bean sprouts. The bean sprouts are the highlight of the dish and though the dish name translates to fried bean sprout, the sprouts used in the dish are not fried, but boiled. SOTO MIE Soto mie is a spicy noodle – beef soup dish with springroll topping. Commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. In Indonesia it is called soto mie and considered as one variant of soto. Bogor and Puncak are both renowned for their exquisite culinary delicacies and are exciting destinations for food-lovers to visit. Popular signature dishes range from savoury dishes to sweet desserts to other snacks and street food favourites. Culinary specialities in Bogor and Puncak include:
  21. 21. 21 Culinary Specialities D I N I N G KUE CUBIT Kue cubit is a common snack food in many Indonesian cities. It is a cake, around 4 centimetres in diameter. It can be obtained from street sellers near schools. Kue cubit uses flour, baking powder, sugar and milk as its primary ingredients. BANDREK SUSU Bandrek susu is a warm beverage made of spices like ginger mixed with condensed milk. It is usually served hot and that’s why it is so comforting. ROTI UNYIL These are tiny Indonesian sweet buns that are a must-have when travelling in Bogor. Each miniature bun comes with a variety of fillings and can range from sweet to savoury. Popular fillings include chocolate, banana, chicken, sweet corn and peanut butter. LAPIS TALAS CAKE A specialty bread cake of Bogor, Lapis Talas Cake is easily identified by its usual bright magenta colour. The sweet cake made from talas flour and special lapis seasoning, is topped by grated cheese and makes an excellent snack. LAKSA BOGOR Laksa Bogor is a variation of the ever-popular Laksa dish that originated from Bogor. This spicy noodle dish brings together rice vermicelli, bean sprouts and oncom - a staple of West Javan cuisine.
  22. 22. 22 BOGOR: ASTON BOGOR HOTEL AND RESORT Jl. Pahlawan The Jungle Nirwana Residence T (62 251) 8200300 R HOTEL RANCAMAYA Jl. Rancamaya Utama, Bogor T (62 251) 8248899 HARRIS HOTEL SENTUL Kompleks SICC, Jl. Jend Sudirman No.1 T (62 21) 28689999 HOTEL SALAK THE HERITAGE Jl. Ir H Juanda No.8 T (62 251) 8373111 ARC HOTEL BY HORISON Jl. Raya Pajajaran No.255 T (62 251) 8377168 HOTEL SANTIKA BOGOR Jl. Raya Padjajaran, Botani Square T (62 251) 8400707 AMAROOSSA ROYAL HOTEL Jl. Otto Iskandardinata No. 84 T (62 251) 8354333 PADJADJARAN SUITES HOTEL & CONFERENCE Jl. Raya Padjajaran No. 17 T (62 251) 8359000 THE 1O1 BOGOR SURYAKANCANA Jl. Suryakencana No.101 T (62 251) 7565101 PUNCAK: NOVUS GIRI RESORT & SPA PUNCAK Jl. Sindanglaya Raya No.180 T (62 251) 511511 MELRIMBA GARDEN Jl. Raya Puncak KM 87, Cisarua T (62 263) 5235205 ROYAL SAFARI GARDEN Jl. Raya Puncak No.601 T (62 251) 8253000 HOTEL SERUNI PUNCAK Jl. Pirus Raya, Cisarua T (62 251) 8251111 Where To Stay AC C O M M O DAT I O N
  23. 23. 23 Where To Pray P R AY I N G FAC I L I T I E S BOGOR: PUNCAK: HARAKATUL JANNAH MOSQUE Considered to be one of Indonesia’s most beautiful and magnificent mosques, Harakatul Jannah Mosque is a popular tourist attraction in Bogor that is noted for its stunning architecture, featuring a blend of classic European and Middle Eastern design. The mosque is strategically located at the heart of Gadog junction – making it very hard to miss. Address: Gadog, Megamendung, Bogor, West Java 16770, Indonesia. MASJID MUAMMAR QADAFI Masjid Muammar Qadafi is presently a prominent mosque in Bogor. The massive mosque can be easily spotted while going down Jagorawi toll road. Address: Perumahan Muslim Bukit Azzikra Sentul, Sentul Selatan, Bogor 16810, Indonesia. Tel: +62 21 29311234
  24. 24. 24 WEST JAVA BANDUNG
  25. 25. 25 TRANS STUDIO BANDUNG With 20 exciting rides for all ages, this indoor theme park also entertains its visitors with its iconic theatrical performances, such as Kabayan Goes to Hollywood, Legenda Putera Mahkota, and Petualangan Si Bolang. Special effect and action shows are not to be missed, nor the spectacular New Parade & Laser Show. Jl. Jendral Gatot Subroto No. 289, Bandung T (62 22) 9109999 Praying Facility: • Praying rooms are available near the ticket booth and in the basement of Trans Studio Mall SAUNG ANGKLUNG UDJO Having been included in the Intangible Heritage by UNESCO, Udjo is a Sundanese artist who saw the importance of conserving Sundanese culture through tourism. Played by shaking the bamboo tubes, each angklung has its own musical note and is meant to be played by a group of people. Visitors will learn how to play it, as well as be entertained by a series of dances and puppet shows. Jl. Padasuka No.118, Bandung T (62 22) 7271714 Praying Facility: Praying room is available in the premises Family Fun T H I N G S TO D O
  26. 26. 26 Bandung offers a unique shopping experience in its abundant factory outlets. For those looking for good quality clothing items at bargain prices, Bandung has plenty to offer. Although the factory outlets are scattered in the city, most are located close to each other, such as the ones located on Jalan R.E. Martadinata. Most, if not all outlets, have praying rooms for their guests to perform their daily pray. Retail Therapy T H I N G S TO D O RUMAH MODE Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No.41 T (62 22) 2035498 THE SECRET Jl. R.E Martadinata No.47 THE SUMMIT Jl. R.E Martadinata No.60 T (62 22) 4221001 SHOPPING MALL: PARIS VAN JAVA (PVJ) MALL Jl. Sukajadi no. 137-139 Praying Facility: Praying room is available in the basement CIHAMPELAS WALK Jl. Cihampelas no 160 Praying Facility: Praying room is available on the first floor, next to ATM Center TRANS STUDIO MALL Jl. Jendral Gatot Subroto No. 289 T (62 22) 9109999 HERITAGE Jl. R.E Martadinata No.63 T (62 22)4220545 GRANDE FASHION GALLERY OUTLET Jl.Ir H. Juanda FACTORY OUTLET:
  27. 27. 27 NASI BANCAKAN (HALAL-FRIENDLY) Jl. Trunojoyo No.62, Bandung T (62 22) 4203650 Praying room available SAMBARA (HALAL-FRIENDLY) Jl. Trunojoyo No.64, Bandung T (62 22) 4208757 Praying room available RESTAURANTS: THE VALLEY (PORK FREE) Jl. Lembah Pakar Timur No.28 T (62 22) 2531052 QAHWA THE MIDDLE EAST RESTAURANT (HALAL-FRIENDLY) Jl. Progo No.1 T (62 22) 61627543 Best Dining Experience D I N I N G MAJA HOUSE (PORK FREE) Jl. Sersan Bajuri No.72 T (62 22) 91277218 THE PEAK (PORK FREE) Jl. Desa Karyawangi Ciwaruga KM 6,8 No.388 Halal : Halal certified Halal-Friendly : Pork & lard-free, alcohol-free Pork Free : Pork & lard-free, serving alcoholi
  28. 28. 28 GUNUNG TANGKUBAN PERAHU This crater of a volcano at 2.084 meters does not require a tough hike, but only an easy stroll, as vehicles can be parked right at the crater area. Offering a breathaking view, especially for those who have not been on top of a volcano before, the road to get to this place is through exotic pine forests and tea plantations providing a great backdrop for family photos. Praying Facility: A mosque is available near the motorcyle parking area TAMAN HUTAN RAYA Located at 770 - 1.330 meters above sea level, this conservation area consists of secondary forests with several waterfalls (Omas, Lalay, and Dago) and caves from the Dutch and the Japanese colonials. Before Indonesian gained its independence, the area was used for Indonesian soldiers to hide. The recently famous Tebing Keraton (a cliff top offering a beautiful view of its surroundings) is also located nearby. Jl. Ir. H Juanda, Lembang Lembang & North of Bandung B E YO N D BA N D U N G
  29. 29. 29 WHITE CRATER OF CIWIDEY Located around 50 kilometers south of Bandung, the white crater of Ciwidey was formed as the aftermath of Mount Patuha’s eruption. The white colored lakes are due to the high sulphur content and the colors can also change depending on the temperature and the weather condition. Jl. Soreang Praying Facility: Praying room is available near the premises WALINI TEA PLANTATION (RANCABALI) A trip to the plantation can be combined with a trip to the white crater of Ciwidey, as it is located nearby. Offering a dramatic background for photos, the plantation is worth visiting for those looking for a relaxing stroll in nature to breath in the fresh air. There is also a hot water spring in the plantation. Ask the guide! Praying Facility: Praying room is available near the plantation Ciwidey & South of Bandung B E YO N D BA N D U N G
  30. 30. 30 Culinary Specialities D I N I N G NASI TIMBEL The traditional Nasi Timbel dish of Sundanese cuisine is prepared by wrapping hot steamed rice inside a banana leaf to give it a unique flavour and aroma. The rice is served with other side dishes such as chicken, beef and other accompaniments. LUMPIA BASAH Lumpia basah translates to ‘wet spring roll’ and is a healthier version of the typical spring roll popular in many parts of Southeast Asia. Normally eaten as a snack, this unfried spring roll is stuffed generously with fresh ingredients such as minced prawn or chicken, bamboo shoots and vegetables and dipped in a sweet chili sauce. SEBLAK Seblak originated from Bandung and is a famous local specialty in West Java. Seblak has a chewy texture with a spicy aftertaste. It is made from fish or prawn crackers that are boiled and then seasoned with onions, salt, garlic and hot peppers. Many variations exist depending on the seasoning added. CIMOL These small bite-sized snacks are balls of fried tapioca flour dough that are very soft and best eaten when warm. Cimol can also be served with peanut sauce, powdered seasoning such as chilli powder or cheese – based on preference. Bandung is the perfect destination to sample the authentic Sundanese cuisine of West Java. Vegetables form an important part of cuisine in Bandung and it is interesting to note that raw vegetables – also referred to as lalap or lalapan – are used in most dishes. Culinary specialities in Bandung include:
  31. 31. 31 MIE KOCOK Kocok translates to “shake” in Bahasa Indonesian - referring to the method used to prepare the noodle component of this dish. The noodles are served with beef soup, bean sprouts, bakso (a special type of meatball) and other shredded vegetables. BATAGOR BAKSO TAHU GORENG The popularity of Batagor Bakso Tahu Goreng makes the dish a must-try when travelling in Bandung. The simple but delicious dish comprises blended fish and bean curd – topped with a layer of special peanut sauce. CILOK Cilok is a snack made with a blend of all purpose flour and tapioca flour, ground toasted dried shrimp, thinly sliced scallions, grated garlic, and seasoned with salt, sugar, and ground white pepper and covered with peanut sauce. KUE BANDUNG Kue are extremely popular sweet snacks in Indonesia that are typically consumed as dessert food. Kue Bandung are regional to Bandung and are a type of sweet coconut cake.
  32. 32. 32 Where To Pray P R AY I N G FAC I L I T I E S MASJID RAYA BANDUNG Masjid Raya Bandung – also known as the Grand Mosque of Bandung – is one of Bandung’s iconic landmarks and dates all the way back to to 1812 when it was first built. The mosque area is now a popular gathering spot amongst locals and is also a frequented tourist attraction. Address: Alun-Alun Bandung (Jalan Asia Afrika), Bandung, West Java 40251, Indonesia. Tel: +62 22 4240275 AL-IRSYAD MOSQUE Al-Irsyad Mosque is immediately recognised for its unique structure – a modern and innovative cubic shape characterised by the absence of a dome. Though it is not as large as some of the other prominent mosques in the country, the mosque is well worth a visit when travelling in Bandung. Address: Kota Baru Parahyangan (Jalan Kota Baru Parahyangan, Padalarang), Bandung, West Java 40553, Indonesia.
  33. 33. 33 NOOR HOTEL Jl. Madura No.6, Bandung T (62 22) 4242010 SHERATON BANDUNG HOTEL & TOWER Jl. Ir. H Juanda No.390 T (62 22) 2500303 GRAND HYATT BANDUNG Jl. Sumatera No.51 T (62 22) 4211234 HILTON BANDUNG Jl. HOS TjokroaminotoNo 41 -43 T (62 22) 86066888 GH UNIVERSAL Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No.376 T (62 22) 2010388 The Trans Luxury Hotel Jl. Gatot Subroto No.289 T (62 22) 87348888 MERCURE BANDUNG Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 269- 275 T (62 22) 8200000 INTERCONTINENTAL BANDUNG Jl. Resor Dagor Pakar Raya 2B T (62 22) 87806688 PADMA HOTEL BANDUNG Jl. Rancabentang 56-58 T (62 22) 2030333 THE PAPANDAYAN Jl. Gatot Subroto No.83 T (62 22) 7310799 SAVOY HOMAN Jl. Asia Afrika No.112 T ( 62 22)4232244 IBIS HOTEL Jl. Gatot Subroto No.289 T (62 22) 87348888 IBIS PASTEUR Jl. Doktor Djunjunan No. 22 T (62 22) 82602020 IBIS STYLE BANDUNG Jl. Pagarasih Barat No. 343 T (62 22) 4213070 IBIS BUDGET ASIA AFRIKA Jl. Asia Afrika No. 128 T (62 22) 4267999 COTTAGE DAARUL JANNAH Jl. Gegerkalong Girang No.67 T (62 22) 2007955 ORANGE’S HOME SYARIAH Jl. Babakan Jeruk 1 No.76 T (62 22) 2014955 HOTEL LINGGA Jl. Soekarno Hatta No.464, Bandung T (62 22) 7562980 MQ GUEST HOUSE Jl. Gegerkalong Girang No.24 T (62 22) 2005105 AHADIAT HOTEL & BUNGALOW Jl. Sindang Sirna Elok No.9 T (62 22) 2005870 THE 1O1 BANDUNG DAGO Jalan Ir. H. Juanda No. 3 T (62 22) 426 0966 THE BNB BANDUNG METRO INDAH Metro Indah Mall - Jl. Soekarno Hatta No.590 T (62 22) 753 8402 Where To Stay AC C O M M O DAT I O N
  35. 35. 35 HOUSE OF SAMPOERNA Located in a former cigarette factory, the museum displays the history of the cigarette industry in Indonesia. Although the actual factory has been moved elsewhere, visitors can still see workers manually roll cigarettes. House of Sampoerna also provides a city tour of Surabaya on a comfortable, air conditioned bus. Taman Sampoerna No.6 T (62 31) 3539000 Praying Facility Sunan Ampel Big Mosque (Masjid Agung) RUMAH BATIK There are many kinds of batik patterns and techniques in Indonesia, and this batik museum shows just that. The highlight of a visit to this museum is in the patterns and colors of Surabayan batik from 16 areas in the city. A must-visit for traditional cloth and art lovers. Jl. Tambak Dukuh I No. 4 Surabaya Praying Facility Ceng Ho Mosque Family Fun T H I N G S TO D O
  36. 36. 36 TUNJUNGAN PLAZA Jl. Basuki Rahmat No. 8-12 T (62 31) 5311088 Praying Facility: Praying room is available in the parking area of the seventh floor CIPUTRA WORLD SURABAYA Jl. Mayjen Sungkono No.87 Praying Facility: Praying room is available on the fourth floor Retail Therapy T H I N G S TO D O SUPERMALL PAKUWON INDAH Jl. Puncak Indah Lontar No. 2 T (62 31) 7393888 Praying Facility: Al-Ghuroba Mosque on the fifth floor GRAND CITY MALL Jalan Kusuma Bangsa T (62 31) 5459000 Praying Facility • 2 praying rooms on Lower Ground floor • 1 praying room on P6 floor • 1 executive praying room on the second floor
  37. 37. 37 JW MARRIOT SURABAYA Jl. Embong Malang No.85, Surabaya, Kota SBY, Jawa Timur 60261, Indonesia T (62 31) 5458888 SHERATON SURABAYA HOTEL & TOWERS Jalan Embong Malang No. 25-31 T (62 31) 5468000 SHANGRI-LA HOTEL Jl. Mayjend Sungkono No. 120 T (62 31) 6003888 PULLMAN SURABAYA CITY CENTER Jalan Basuki Rahmat No. 67-73 T (62 31) 5351555 Where To Stay AC C O M M O DAT I O N MERCURE SURABAYA Jl. Raya Darmo No.68 T (62 31) 5623000 NOVOTEL SURABAYA Jl. Raya Ngagel No.173-175 T (62 31) 5018900 HOTEL IBIS SURABAYA CITY CENTER Jl. Basuki Rahmat 94-96 T (62 31) 5358885 HOTEL IBIS STYLES JEMURSARI Jl. Raya Jemursari No.110 T (62 31) 8498999 HOTEL IBIS SURABAYA RAJAWALI Jl. Rajawali 9 - 11 T (62 31) 3539994 HOTEL IBIS BUDGET AIRPORT Terminal Bandara International Juanda No 1, Jl. Ir. Juanda T (62 31) 8688115 HOTEL GRAND KALIMAS Jl. KH Mas Mansyur No.151,Surabaya T (62 31) 3541616 HOTEL WALAN SYARIAH Jl. Raya Sedati Agung No.1 , Sidoarjo T (62 31) 8666008 HOTEL WALISONGO jalan no 32, Jalan Petukangan No.34, Semampir, Jawa Timur 60151, Indonesia T (62 31) 3532197
  38. 38. 38 Culinary Specialities D I N I N G KETAN SUSU Ketan Susu, or ‘Tansu’, is a popular dessert made from sticky rice with warm sweetened condensed milk poured over it. It is often accompanied by a topping such as banana or durian or a combination of both. There are sweet and savoury Ketan Susu variations that will leave you spoilt for choice. RUJAK CINGUR Cingur translates to “mouth” in Bahasa Indonesian and Rujak Cingur is a popular dish in Surabaya that comprises the marinated slices of a cow’s snout, served with rice cake, raw mango, pineapple, cucumber, peanuts and a black sauce made from fermented shrimp paste. LONTONG KUPANG Lontong consists of compressed rice cake that is wrapped inside a banana leaf in the shape of a cylinder. Lontong Kupang is additionally served with small cockles, topped by the ever-popular petis sauce – made from shrimp paste. TAHU GUNTING Tahu Gunting comprises deep fried tofu topped by cassava chips, optional slices of chilli and a rich sauce made from rice flour and peanuts. It is a popular snack in East Java, particularly in Surabaya East Javanese food is known to reflect a variety of cuisines, including Arabic, Indian as well as Madurese cuisine – the food of the Madurese ethnic group of Indonesia. A notable feature in the cuisine of the region is the omission of sugar in many of its dishes. Culinary specialities in Surabaya include:
  39. 39. 39 RAWON Rawon is a traditional Indonesian beef black soup that originated from Surabaya. It is served with bean sprouts, sambal and black nuts – which gives the dish its distinct dark colour and strong nutty flavour. ALMOND COOKIES Indonesia’s crispy almond cookies are made from simple ingredients and are a very popular snack amongst locals. Easily found at shops and cafes across East Java, these cookies are a must-try when travelling in the region. Rawon
  40. 40. 40 Best Dining Experience D I N I N G AL HAMRA (HALAL) Jl. Jaksa Agung Suprapto No. 19 T (62 31) 5353631 LA RUCOLA MEDITERRANEAN RESTAURANT (HALAL-FRIENDLY) Jl. Dr Sutomo No. 51 T (62 31) 5678557 Halal : Halal certified Halal-Friendly : Pork & lard-free, alcohol-free Pork Free : Pork & lard-free, serving alcoholi
  41. 41. 41 Where To Pray P R AY I N G FAC I L I T I E S AL-AKBAR MOSQUE Masjid Al-Akbar Surabaya is one of the largest mosques in the region and is presently both an active place of worship as well as a popular tourist attraction. The mosque is noted for its striking architecture – in particular its massive teal- coloured dome and beautiful calligraphy inside. Address: Jl Mesjid Al-Akbar Timur no 1, Pagesangan, Surabaya 60274, Indonesia. Tel: +62 31 8289755 AMPEL MOSQUE Masjid Agung Sunan Ampel, or Ampel Mosque, is one of Indonesia’s ancient mosques. Its history dates back to 1421 CE when it was first established by Sunan Ampel – a revered saint of Islam in Indonesia. The mosque is presently one of the most prominent religious attractions in Surabaya city. Address: 53 Jalan Ampel Masjid, Semampir, East Java 60235, Indonesia.
  42. 42. 42 MALANG & BATU EAST JAVA
  43. 43. 43 INGGIL MUSEUM RESTO (HALAL-FRIENDLY) Dining in this art gallery and museum is a unique experience. While dining or waiting for the food to be served, visitors can walk around the restaurant to see vintage items decorating the dining area, such as antique sewing machines, telephones, bicycles, batik stamps, and much more. Jl. Gajah Mada No. 2 T (62 341) 332110 Praying Facility: Jami Mosque across the city’s plaza ( Alun-alun) MELATI RESTAURANT (PORK FREE) Famous for indonesian home cooking of old recipes, Melati Restaurant (located in Hotel Tugu) has a classic, javanese romantic atmosphere and lush tropical greens. Jl. Kahuripan 3 Malang T (62 341) 363891 Culinary Escape T H I N G S TO D O
  44. 44. 44 Culinary Specialities D I N I N G BAKSO MALANG Bakso Malang is a meatball noodle soup dish that is usually served with a number of accompaniments such as fried wontons, siomay dumplings and mung bean threads. This dish is also commonly known as Bakwan Malang and originated from the region of Malang. DODOL APEL Batu is Indonesia’s capital for apple production and a wide range of apple dishes are readily available in the city. Dodol Apel – also known as Jenang Apel – is a apple cake/soft candy that is local to the area. DRIED CHIPS Considered to be a speciality of the city, Batu’s dried chips are made from a variety of different fruits and vegetables. While dried apple chips are the most popular kind, other types of dried chips include jackfruit, potatoes, sweet potatoes, papaya and strawberries.
  45. 45. 45 TRANSPORTATION MUSEUM As one of the best museums in Indonesia, it displays the hundreds of transportation methods that have been known to mankind from different periods. From bicycles, horse carts, cars, helicopters, tricycles to airplanes. Some vehicles are displayed with setting according to its country origins, so visitors will feel like they are strolling in the streets of Rome, Berlin, London, or Las Vegas. Jl. Terusan Sultan Agung No. 2 T (62 341) 595007 Praying Facility: Praying room is available near the bus parking area Places To Visit T H I N G S TO D O JATIM PARK I Having been a favorite place among the local East Javanese, the zoo offers an ultimate family holiday, especially for those who want to introduce the wildlife to their children. The attraction include Fish Park, Reptile Park, Bird Park, market, and a water theme park to cool off after a long walk at the zoo. Jl. Kartika No. 2, Kota Wisata, Batu T (62 341) 596666 Praying Facility: There are praying rooms inside the Jatim Park 1 complex and in the parking area.
  46. 46. 46 Places To Visit T H I N G S TO D O BATU SECRET ZOO (TERDAPAT DI DALAM AREAL JATIM PARK 2) The zoo features a wide range of animals put in special zones according to their habitat. The zones are Savannah, African Village, Eagles, Fantasy Land, River Adventure, Feeding Birds, and Feeding Tigers. Equipped with an animal museum, the zoo also has a tree-house hotel in a compound of 12 hectares in total. Praying Facility: • Praying room is available near the Animal Museum • The nearest mosque is Sunan Kalijogo JATIM PARK II An extention of Jatim Park I, the theme park compound consists of the Zoo Museum, Batu Secret Zoo, and a mini water park. Very well maintained and with quite a large collection, the Animal Museum is at par with those in the United States. A must-see when visiting Batu. Jl. Oro-oro Ombo No.9 T (62 341) 5025777
  47. 47. 47 BROMO TENGGER SEMERU NATIONAL PARK One of the most spectacular sunset views can be seen at Mount Bromo. This is why almost everyday, especially when the weather is at its best, tourists flock here from the break of dawn. It is not difficult to climb the stairs up to the mountain top, and there are always horses to rent for those who are too tired to reach the top on foot. After the sun rises, proceed to the nearby savanna and desert for an ultimate Mount Bromo experience. Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park: Jl. Raden Intan no6 Malang Praying Facility: Praying room is available at Syariah Mandiri Bank, about 500 meters prior to Pananjakan, the highest point to view Bromo’s sunrise Places To Visit T H I N G S TO D O
  48. 48. 48 Where To Pray P R AY I N G FAC I L I T I E S MASJID SABILILLAH One of the largest mosques in Malang city, Masjid Sabilillah is located right in the centre of the city – in close proximity to the traditional market and other prominent landmarks – and can be easily located when travelling in Malang. Address: Jalan Jenderal Ahmad Yani 15, Blimbing, Malang, Jawa Timur 65125, Indonesia. Tel: +62 341 491677
  49. 49. 49 TUGU HOTEL MALANG Jalan Tugu No. 3 T (62 341) 363891 SANTIKA PREMIERE MALANG Jalan Letjen Sutoyo No. 79 T (62 341) 405405 BEST WESTERN OJ HOTEL Jalan Dr. Cipto No. 11 T (62 341) 368888 IBIS STYLES MALANG Jalan Letnan Jendral S. Parman No.45 T (62 341) 409900 JAMBULUWUK RESORT BATU Jl. Trunojoyo No.99, Kec. Batu T (62 341) 512999 HOTEL GRAND KALPATARU SYARIAH Jl. Kalpataru No.41, Malang T (62 341) 481184 HOTEL KARTIKA WIJAYA BATU Jalan Panglima Sudirman No. 127 T (62 341) 592600 HOTEL PARADISE BATU Jl. Diponegoro, Kec. Batu T (62 341) 591555 HARRIS HOTEL & CONVENTION Jl. Jendral Yani Utara T (62 341) 2992299 HOTEL PURNAMA BATU Jl. Raya Selecta 1-15 T (62 341) 592700 HOTEL SINGHASARI BATU Jl. Ir. Soekarno No. 120 T (62 341) 513333 Where To Stay AC C O M M O DAT I O N MALANG: BATU:
  50. 50. 50 BALI • BATU BALI
  51. 51. 51 WATERBOM BALI KUTA Located across from the Discovery Shopping Mall, Bali’s biggest waterpark boasts a number of slides with different challenging heights. Climax at 19 meters is a small tube-like water slide to enable gliding at the speed of 70 kilometers per hour in seven seconds. Lazy River is available for those who want to chill in the pool, especially suited for families with young children. (Operational hours: 09:00 - 18:00) Jl. Kartika Plaza, Tuban, Kuta T (62 361) 755676 Praying Facility: A praying room is available next to the First Aid and Engineering rooms KUTA THEATER Featuring a show titled “Lights of Faith”, this is a mix of musical, illusion, dance, and special effects with a story inspired from real events. Accommodating 500 seats in a theater hall 100 meters from the famous Kuta Beach, it has a nightly show at 20:00 with ticket at IDR 200.000. Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, Badung T (62 361) 762750 Kuta - Legian T H I N G S TO D O
  52. 52. 52 KUTA SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION SITE Started in 2002 as a collaboration with Sea Turtle Society to conserve turtle species laying eggs on Kuta Beach around June to July, they gather donations from visitors and in return, visitors can release baby turtles back to the sea when they are hatched. Behind Grand Inna Kuta, Jl. Pantai Kuta Praying Facility: Praying room is available at the nearby Hard Rock Hotel Kuta - Legian T H I N G S TO D O
  53. 53. 53 Nusa Dua T H I N G S TO D O DEVDAN SHOW A musical show displaying Indonesia’s rich cultures, this 90-minute performance is held four times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 19:00) in Bali Nusa Dua Theater. With a 700 seating capacity, tickets start at IDR 520.000, and can be purchased online at www.devdanshow. com. Bali Nusa Dua Theatre, Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua (BTDC) T (62 361) 770197 NUSA DUA BEACHES Known for its international chain of hotels and resorts, Nusa Dua has a quiet white- sand beach for those who want to have a perfect beach holiday. In fact, the best way to enjoy these quiet beaches is by staying at one of the luxury resorts that offer a private access to the beach. Jl. Pratama, Nusa Dua
  54. 54. 54 BALI CAMEL SAFARI Providing a unique ride on camel back around Nusa Dua Beach to see some of the temples, this is fun for both children and adults. The trained camels have become accustomed to serving guests at any age and every ride is accompanied by professional staff to ensure safety. Nikko Bali Resort, Jl Raya Nusa Dua Selatan T (62 81337777979) BALI COLLECTION MALL This is an alternative to buying souvenirs for those who do not like to haggle at traditional markets. There is also a good variety of designer brands as well as international stores for those who are after a little retail therapy. Restaurants - some with local musicians/ singers to provide a good atmosphere - are abundant in the premises. Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua (BTDC) T (62 361) 771662 Praying Facility: The nearest mosque is Ibnu Batutah, on the way to Uluwatu Nusa Dua T H I N G S TO D O
  55. 55. 55 BALI SAFARI & MARINE PARK Enjoy the best safari experience in Bali at the home of hundreds of amazing animals representing over 60 species. It is a refreshing experience to be in a cage surrounded by animals, especially for children. Do not miss the Night Safari package that includes Welcome Drink, Night Safari Tour, dinner, and a dance Performance. T (62 361) 751300 Praying Facility: Musholla terletak dekat dengan Bali Theatre dan ArtShop RICE FIELDS Most of the hotels, resorts, cafes, and restaurants in Ubud boast rice fields as their selling points. In fact, rice fields are what have made tourists flock to Ubud for many years. Pomegranate Café and Sari Organik on Jalan Subak Sok Wayah, and Teras Padi Café in Cekingan Village on Jl. Raya Tegallalang are ones of the many eateries offering dining amidst the iconic Balinese rice fields. Ubud T H I N G S TO D O
  56. 56. 56 KUTA GALLERIA Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, Simpang Dewa Ruci T (62 361) 755277 Praying Facility: A praying room is available in the parking area (Mezzanine Park), next to staff’s cafetaria BEACHWALK SHOPPING CENTRE Jl. Pantai Kuta T (62 361) 8464888 Praying Facility: Available Retail Therapy T H I N G S TO D O KRISNA • Jl. Sunset Road No.88, Kuta • Jl. Nusa Indah No.77, Denpasar • Jl. Nusa Kambangan No.160A Denpasar • Jl. Raya Tuban No 2X, Kuta • Desa Temukus, Pantai Lovina, Singaraja Praying Facility: Praying rooms are available at every Krisna outlet
  57. 57. 57 Special Dish D I N I N G LAYALI ARABIYA LEBANESE RESTAURANT (HALAL-FRIENDLY) Jl. Raya Legian Kaja No. 445 T (62 361) 8890445 QUEENS OF INDIA (HALAL-FRIENDLY) Jl. Raya Pratama No. 65, Tanjung Benoa T (62 361) 771344 INDIAN DELITES (HALAL-FRIENDLY) Jl. Campuhan Sangingan, Ubud T (62 851) 00444222 RAJA’S BALINESE RESTAURANT (PORK FREE) Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa T (62 361) 771210 Halal : Halal certified Halal-Friendly : Pork & lard-free, alcohol-free Pork Free : Pork & lard-free, serving alcoholi
  58. 58. 58 Culinary Specialities D I N I N G SATE LILIT Balinese sate comes in many forms and Sate Lilit can be prepared using minced chicken, beef or even fish. A distinctive feature of Sate Lilit is its bamboo skewer which is flat and wide to let the meat stick and settle with ease. BALINESE COFFEE Coffee is loved in Bali and Balinese coffee, or Kopi Bali, is generally processed differently to coffee preparation methods of other regions of Indonesia. Coffee was first introduced to Bali by Lombok traders in the 20th century and has since remained a prominent element of Balinese life. Considered to be amongst the world’s most complex cuisines, Balinese cuisine showcases its indigenous history and culinary traditions with a vast array of spices, fresh vegetables, meats and seafood. Be sure to try its numerous night markets, food stands and street vendors! Culinary specialities in Bali include:
  59. 59. 59 BEBEK BETUTU Bebek Betutu has earned itself the title as the must-try dish during a visit to Bali. The dish comprises a stuffed duck that is wrapped in banana leaves and coconut husks. It is slow roasted over a pit of embers to give it its unique flavour and taste. BUBUR INJUN This black rice pudding is a popular Indonesian sweet dessert that is made from black sticky rice, coconut milk and sugar. Though Bubur Injun is a popular dessert, it is also a much-loved choice for breakfast and can be enjoyed as a snack during any time of the day. NASI CAMPUR BALI Also known as Nasi Bali, Nasi Campur Bali is the Balinese version of Nasi Campur – a mixed rice dish that is accompanied by small portions of various side dishes. Nasi Bali can be served with grilled tuna, fried tofu and other vegetables and curries, usually wrapped in a banana leaf.
  60. 60. 60 SEMINYAK: ZIVA VILLA Jl. Beraban No.65, Kerobokan T (62 361) 8202 ANANTARA SEMINYAK Jl. Camplung Tanduk, Seminyak T (62 361) 737773 BHAVANA PRIVATE VILLAS Jl. Pangkung sari, Kuta Utara T (62 361)730533 Private Villas AC C O M M O DAT I O N UBUD: ROYAL PITA MAHA Desa Kedewatan, Ubud T (62 361) 980022 WAPA DI UME Jl. Suweta, Banjar Bentuyung, Ubud T (62 361) 973178 FOUR SEASONS SAYAN Jl. Raya Sayan, Ubud T (62 361) 977577
  61. 61. 61 ASTON DENPASAR HOTEL & CONVENTION Jl. Gatot SUbroto Barat No.283, Denpasar T (62 361)411999 THE GRAND SANTHI HOTEL Jl. Patih Jelantik No.1 Denpasar T (62 361) 224183 HOTEL NOVOTEL BALI BENOA Jl. Pratama, Tanjong Benoa, Nusa Dua T (62 361) 772239 HOTEL MERCURE KUTA BALI Jl. Pantai Kuta no 10X, Badung T (62 361) 767411 THE OASIS LAGOON SANUR Jl. Danau Tamblingan 136A Sanur T (62 361) 282264 Facility: Halal food NOVOTEL BALI NUSA DUA Jl. Pantai Mengiat, BTDC COmplex, Nusa Dua T (62 361) 8480555 HOTEL PULLMAN BALI LEGIAN NIRWANA Jl. Melasti No.1 T (62 361) 762500 BANYAN TREE UNGASAN Jl. Melasti Ungasan Kuta T (62 361) 3007000 Where To Stay AC C O M M O DAT I O N
  62. 62. 62 HOTEL IBIS BALI KUTA Jl. Raya kuta No.77, Kuta T (62 361) 765500 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT SEMINYAK Jl. Camplung Tanduk, Seminyak T (62 361) 8499600 HOTEL MERCURE NUSA DUA Jl. Nusa Dua Selatan, Lot SW 03, Nusa Dua T (62 361) 8467000 HOTEL IBIS STYLES BALI KUTA CIRCLE Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai Simpang Dewa Ruci No.99 T (62 361) 8948999 HOTEL IBIS STYLES BALI BENOA Jl. Pratama No. 57A, Benoa T (62 361) 3001888 HOTEL MERCURE BALI LEGIAN Jl. Legian No.328, Kuta T (62 361) 9386100 HOTEL AMARTERRA VILLAS BALI NUSA DUA - MGALLERY COLLECTION Komplek BTDC Lot 2B, Nusa Dua T (62 361) 7764000 HOTEL SOFITEL BALI NUSA DUA BEACH RESORT Komplek BTDC Lot N5, Nusa Dua T (62 361) 8492888 RHADANA KUTA Jl. Raya Kuta 88R T (62 361) 755264 Facility: Thematic boutique hotel, MUI certificate in Bali, updated prayer time and Qiblah sign in each room, Qur’an with 3 languages, sarong and pray amenities available and mushalla inside the hotel. Where To Stay AC C O M M O DAT I O N
  63. 63. 63 Where To Pray P R AY I N G FAC I L I T I E S NURUL HUDA MOSQUE Bali’s Nurul Huda Mosque is conveniently located at a short distance from the International Ngurah Rai Airport – less than a kilometre away. The mosque is visited by pilgrims due to its close proximity to the airport as well as the local Muslim community. Address: Tuban, Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia. AT-TAQWA MOSQUE At-Taqwa Mosque is a prominent mosque in the Denpasar area. Having undergone renovation not too long ago, the mosque can be visited when travelling near the Bali Police complex. Address: Jl Wr.Supratman, Denpasar Denpasar 80231, Bali, Indonesia. MASJID AGUNG IBNU BATUTAH The Great Mosque of Ibnu Batutah is located in Bali’s Nusa Dua area and can be reached by heading down the highway towards Nusa Dua Uluwatu. The mosque was built by the Bali Tourism Development Centre and presently offers all prayers – including formal Jumu’ah – throughout the year. Address: Jalan Nusa Dua, Kuta Selatan, Bali 80361, Indonesia.
  65. 65. 65 SEKARBELA (PEARL-PRODUCING VILLAGE) Lombok’s pearls are famous for being in good quality at reasonable prices. If one is into jewelries or accessories, make a stop at Sekarbela to see the collection that often combines pearls with other precious gems and metals. The pearls are cultivated from both salt and fresh water clams and oysters. Sekarbela, Kel. Karang Pule, Mataram T H I N G S TO D O Retail Therapy
  66. 66. 66 T H I N G S TO D O Beach Hopping GILI ISLANDS Gili is Lombok’s popular destination for tourists, consisting of three small island (Gili Trawangan, Gili Air, Gili Meno) which is perfect for snorkeling and having fun in the sun.
  67. 67. 67 QUALI (PORK FREE) Qunci Villas Jl. Raya Mangsit T (62 3706) 93800 MERU BEACH FRONT RESTAURANT (PORK FREE) The Candi Boutique Resort & Spa Jl. Raya Senggigi, Batu Layar T (62 3706) 92198 AL-HAMRA (HALAL-FRIENDLY) Jl. Pejanggik No. 15, Mataram T (62 3706) 45500 ASHTARI RESTAURANT & LOUNGE (PORK FREE) Jl. Raya Ke Mawun - Kuta, Lombok T (62 877) 65497625 D I N I N G Best Dining Experience Halal : Halal certified Halal-Friendly : Pork & lard-free, alcohol-free Pork Free : Pork & lard-free, serving alcoholi
  68. 68. 68 Culinary Specialities D I N I N G AYAM TALIWANG This sweet and spicy chicken dish is perhaps Lombok’s most popular culinary speciality. Grilled or fried chicken is seasoned with a myriad of flavours during preparation and then served with plecing, eggplant or chilli sauce. PLECING Another popular Lombok dish, Plecing comprises spicy water spinach – commonly referred to as kangkung – together with a sambal of tomatoes, chilli pepper, shallots and burned shrimp paste. Plecing is a fresh dish that is usually served cold. BEBALUNG Prepared using cow or goat ribs, Bebalung is a hearty rib soup that is usually served with rice and chilli sambal. The distinctive feature of the dish is the soft and tender meat that is cooked to produce a delicious sweet and salty flavour. SATE IKAN TANJUNG Sate Ikan Tanjung originates from North Lombok and is one of the many variations of Indonesia’s sate. The main component of Sate Ikan Tanjung is fresh fish – usually tuna or snapper – which is grilled over charcoal after marinating it in coconut milk, garlic and local spices. ARES This is a feisty curry dish that is prepared using the inner stem of a banana, cooked with spicy seasoning and thick coconut milk. It is usually served with rice and is readily available on menus along with other popular Lombok dishes. Lombok’s cuisine comes in various flavours, textures and tastes, with a promise to have something in store for everyone. Like most other regions in the country, many dishes are very localised and are prepared with ingredients and spices that are native to the island. Culinary specialities in Lombok include:
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  70. 70. 70 Where To Pray P R AY I N G FAC I L I T I E S SELONG GREAT MOSQUE Considered to be the main mosque of Lombok Island, Selong Great Mosque is a majestic mosque with striking architecture. The mosque is one of the most photographed mosques in the country and is said to appear the most impressive during the daytime – under the blazing sun. Address: Selong Town, East Lombok, Indonesia. BAYAN BELEQ MOSQUE Masjid Bayan Beleq was built during the 16th century by an Islam missionary in Bayan and is the oldest mosque in Lombok. The mosque is also a popular tourist attraction on the island and is characterised by simple yet elegant bamboo weaved walls and a stone foundation. Address: Bayan, Lombok Utara, Bayan, Lombok 83354, Indonesia. Tel: 81 80 3714016
  71. 71. 71 THE OBEROI LOMBOK Medana Beach, Tanjung, North Lombok T (62 370) 6138444 HOTEL SANTIKA MATARAM Jl. Pejanggik No.32 T (62 370) 6178888 HOTEL TUGU LOMBOK Jl. Pantai Sire, Sigar Pejalin T (62 370) 6120111 Where To Stay AC C O M M O DAT I O N KILA SENGIGI BEACH HOTEL Jl. Raya Sengigi Km.8, Sengigi T (62 370) 693210 SHERATON SENGIGI BEACH Jl. Raya Sengigi Km.8 T (62 370) 693333 NOVOTEL LOMBOK Mandalika Resort, Putri Nyale Beach, Pujut, Central Lombok T (62 370) 6153333 SUDAMALA SUITES & VILLAS Jl. Raya Mangsit, Senggigi T (62 370) 693111 LIVING ASIA RESORT & SPA Jl. Raya Senggigi, Dusun Lendang Luar, Lombok Utara T (62 370) 693519 SVARGA RESORTS Jl. Raya Sengigi, Batu Layar T (62 370) 6195999 Facility: No alcohol served, halal restaurants and mosque nearby, prayer direction marked in the room, Not part of a gambling resort, Halal Restaurant in the Hotel, no discotheque SENGGIGI QUNCI VILLA Jl. Raya Mangsit, Sengigi T (62 370) 693800 POOL VILLA CLUB Jl. Pantai Sengigi, Lombok T (62 370) 693210 THE SANTOSA VILLA & RESORT LOMBOK Jl. Raya Sengigi Km. 8 T (62 370) 693090 P R I VAT E V I L L A :
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